7:00 PM Tomorrow
Judith Clark CNZM (1931-2014)
Christine Argyle presents a tribute to the Wellington piano teacher who passed away earlier this year (RNZ)
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Don Quixote ( 58′ 43″ )
The fanciful adventures of Cervantes' deluded knight Don Quixote and his hapless squire Sancho Panza have inspired painters, filmmakers, composers and philosophers ever since the Spanish Golden Age. Presented by Elric Hooper and Des Wilson (RNZ)
From Appointment on 16 Oct 2014
Four Last Songs ( 58′ 1″ )
Peter Shaw looks at Richard Strauss's final years and his Four Last Songs, today one of the most popular works in the classical repertoire. He surveys some of the many recordings
From Appointment on 15 Oct 2014
Contrapuntal Mozart ( 58′ 57″ )
Thomas Goss reveals that deep in the DNA of Mozart's greatest works is a sense of emotion and conflict that comes directly from J.S. Bach (RNZ).
From Appointment on 09 Oct 2014
Alex Taylor ( 48′ 52″ )
Alex Taylor, composer, curator of the Intrepid Music Project, multi-instrumentalist, poet and blogger talks with Kenneth Young (RNZ)
From Appointment on 08 Oct 2014
Gretchen La Roche ( 57′ 40″ )
Gretchen La Roche, clarinettist and artistic manager talks with David Morriss (RNZ).
From Appointment on 02 Oct 2014
Michael Haas ( 59′ 8″ )
Michael Haas, music producer, author and curator talks with Roger Smith (RNZ).
From Appointment on 25 Sep 2014
Twang!! ( 59′ 20″ )
Lionel Bart's 1965 musical was a spectacular flop (RNZ).
From Appointment on 18 Sep 2014